030552 KU Yugoslav political and constitutional history (2019S)
- Registration is open from Fr 15.02.2019 00:01 to We 20.03.2019 23:59
- Deregistration possible until Tu 26.03.2019 23:59
Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N
Aims, contents and method of the course
Assessment and permitted materials
Minimum requirements and assessment criteria
Questions will be simple and easily understood, searching for answers in a form of short „reproductive“ essays, requiring to extract the basic facts, summarize the processes, explain some cathegory etc. Questions will not look up for precise knowledge and details (except when they are important) but rather for good orientation and understanding of institutions and historical processes.
Each question provides up to two points i. e. eighteen points in all. Grades are determined on a following basis:
- sufficient (4): six points (at least one point in each of the units B and C)
- good with restrictions (3): 7 - 9 points (at least one point in every unit)
- good (2): 10 – 13 points (at least two points in every unit)
- excelent (1): 14 – 18 points (at least three points in every unit).
For students who missed more than one lecture without proper excuse the required minimum is one point higher i. e. seven, eight, eleven and fifteen points as minimum.
Students are permitted to carry English dictionaries with them, if they wish. Phones and computers are not permited at the desk during examination. Please note that subject of evaluation is knowledge and understanding of the course-materials and not the language proficiency, yet meaningful expresion of ones thoughts that can be correctly and easily understood is of utmost importance just as readable handwriting.
John R. Lampe, Yugoslavia as History: Twice There Was a Country, Cambridge University Press, 2000.
Leslie Benson, Yugoslavia: A Concise History, Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.
Marie-Janine Calic, Geschichte Jugoslawiens im 20. Jahrhundert, C.H. Beck Verlag, München 2010.
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